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Dates and Details

February 25-Mammogram
March 15-MRI
March 19-Core Biopsy
March 23-Cancer Diagnosis
April 14-Double Mastectomy
May 24-Oncologist Meeting
June 7 - Starting Tamoxifen Therapy
August 25 - Reconstruction Surgery
August 27 -Yale Second Opinion
August 31 - "Reconstruction" Complete

It has been confirmed:
No Chemo or Radiation is required

Feb.1 The Story Starts
February 2011
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    You’d Never Know

    Let’s put it this way…you’d see my sister and you’d NEVER know she’s three chemo treatments in. 

    She’s full of life, be-bopping around, doing her ususal schedule, at work…and even out a few times out at night!   And she’s looking better than ever.  In fact, I’ve been stepping up my makeup and hair styling to keep up as she’s been taunting me that I may not look like the younger sister these day…hummm, gotta love an older sister!

    And in case you are wondering – Yes, in the privacy of her own home or mine, wig-less she’s without hair..but  her eyes, smile and auora take over to shine with beauty.  Never again will I think a bad hair day is an issue…if your eyes are bright and your smile is in place, that’s clearly all you need!

    So we are now three chemo treatments down and five to go! And there’s nothing my sister seems to want more than to have “more behind her than ahead of her”.  So we await the smiles in looking forward to saying 4 down…5 down and  3 to go…and so on.

    So how are things in general with me?  I’m doing well and quite honestly, this has made my recovery and my mindset toward my breast cancer even more in check.  As life would have it, it’s not about me now.  If you’ve been reading here for a bit, you know that it’s been a winding path for me … and never did I expect for this Cancer By The Day story to be more than mine.  But it’s now more about my sister.

    My sister was one of the biggest “quiet critics” about me sharing my story so publicly…she couldn’t understand how such a private point in life would make sense to share on the Internet. 

    Now, she gets it.

    She often talks about “her book” — the story of all this in the past year and what it means…and how it’s so changed us all.  Good, bad and all the in between it’s brought us.  I can’t describe what happens to you — but you just want to share everything you go through to help the next — a pay it forward approach.  With hopes of it being less scary, less panicked, less unknown and less “alone” for the next…

    3 Responses to “You’d Never Know”

    • you know who says:

      It’s good to hear this has been therapeutic for you. It has also been helpful to many others. Anyone stumbling across the web reading these posts, or newly faced with cancer diagnosis can take comfort in knowing that not every day of treatment is unbearable. There are ups and downs and fears. With strong support systems in place, love, and hope we can see that cancer doesn’t win. This testimonial sends that message. I hope to one day read your sisters book.

    • Andrea says:

      What spirit the two of you have. Absolutely wonderful and inspirational. Thank you for sharing. The sisters and families are in our thoughts and prayers.

    • lAURA GARDNER says:

      Sorry have not checked in for a while but we think of you and your wonderful family often. I am really sorry that your sister is now going through this too but I know that she has double the strength to cope with you by her side. You are wonderful. I often think that we take so much in life for granted and we worry so much about so little at times. Your (and your sister’s) story makes us all stop in our tracks and really consider what life really is and should be about, what really matters. Isn’t it unbelievable how life has changed for all of us, in some way or another, but you will always be an amazing person in my heart. Love you lots. Laura

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